Putting CSS3 Properties to Work
So far in the second half of this book you’ve had a refresher on CSS basics; learned about new selectors; created beautiful, flexible layouts; and wandered through the wild world of web typography. Now it’s time to put some more CSS3 properties to work and add those subtle sprinkles to your site.
In this chapter we’ll look at new color models, transparency, and background properties; we’ll also show how to apply multiple backgrounds, borders, shadows, and gradients. So whether you want to create a visually stunning, cutting edge design or a crazy, loud, over-the-top Web 2.0 monstrosity, we’ve got your ...